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  1. 1. You Dont Need a Title to Lead Amir K Jaffer, MD, MBA, SFHM
  2. 2. What is Leadership? Is the ability to influence others to move toward the accomplishments of common goals
  3. 3. Mission and Vision Why do we exist? What are you trying to accomplish? A vision is a statement about what your organization wants to become. Example: "Year after year, Westin and its people will be regarded as the best and most sought after hotel and resort management group in North America." (Westin Hotels)
  4. 4. RUSH VISION & STRATEGIC PLANNING FRAMEWORK November-December 2013 January-June 2014 FY 2015 & Beyond 4
  5. 5. Mission, Vision, Strategic Themes & Values 5 Mission: The mission of Rush is to provide the best health care for the individuals and diverse communities we serve through the integration of outstanding patient care, education, research, and community partnerships. Vision: Rush will be the leading academic health system in the region and nationally recognized for transforming health care. Strategic Themes: The Best People The Best Quality The Best Programs Highest Value VALUES: Innovation Collaboration Accountability Respect Excellence
  6. 6. The Best People The Best Quality The Best Programs Highest Value Attract, develop and produce the next generation of exceptional health care leaders and professionals Attain top ranked quality and safety outcomes Achieve national recognition in key programs Achieve market leadership on quality, access and cost Attain national recognition as a leader for diversity, inclusion and engagement Achieve exceptional clinical access and a consistently outstanding patient experience Lead the development of innovative programs and partnerships that improve health and education and reduce disparities in our communities Further clinical integration across Rush Health and other partnerships Be a health care Employer of Choice in the Chicagoland area and one of the best nationally Be a national leader in team based care and inter- professional education that has the patient at the center Continue to attract exceptional program leaders who can deliver on the integrated mission of Rush Deliver to employers and payers a comprehensive and geographically diverse provider network capable of assisting members of defined populations manage their health Foster a just and ethical culture consistent with our ICARE values Be a top ranked health sciences university Conduct research that advances our understanding, treatment and prevention of disease, translating science into clinical care Provide individualized care through the effective use of targeted therapies and evidence- based medical advances and techniques Be an innovative leader in developing new information technologies that promote health, enable disease prevention and save lives Provide high quality and high value educational experiences to all trainees Strategic Themes and Goals 6 The Best People Attract, develop and produce the next generation of exceptional health care leaders and professionals Attain national recognition as a leader for diversity, inclusion and engagement Be a health care Employer of Choice in the Chicagoland area and one of the best nationally Foster a just and ethical culture consistent with our ICARE values The Best Quality Attain top ranked quality and safety outcomes Achieve exceptional clinical access and a consistently outstanding patient experience Be a national leader in team based care and inter- professional education that has the patient at the center Be a top ranked health sciences university Be an innovative leader in developing new information technologies that promote health, enable disease prevention and save lives The Best Programs Achieve national recognition in key programs Lead the development of innovative programs and partnerships that improve health and education and reduce disparities in our communities Continue to attract exceptional program leaders who can deliver on the integrated mission of Rush Conduct research that advances our understanding, treatment and prevention of disease, translating science into clinical care Highest Value Achieve market leadership on quality, access and cost Further clinical integration across Rush Health and other partnerships Deliver to employers and payers a comprehensive and geographically diverse provider network capable of assisting members of defined populations manage their health Provide individualized care through the effective use of targeted therapies and evidence-based medical advances and techniques Provide high quality and high value educational experiences to all trainees
  7. 7. Vision for the Division of Hospital Medicine To be the Best Academic Hospital Medicine Division in Chicago and amongst one of the best in the Country by: Providing the safest, quality & efficient clinical care with superior outcomes Educating students, residents and fellows about the core competencies of Hospital Medicine Improving Patient Safety, Quality through performance improvement and conducting research on diseases and people we care for Ensuring utmost satisfaction of our patients, providers and referring doctors Quality and Efficient Clinical Care Education Patient Safety, QI and Research Satisfaction
  8. 8. Six Basic Leadership Styles 1. The Coercive Style 2. The Authoritative Style 3. The Affiliative Style 4. The Democratic Style 5. The Pacesetting Style 6. The Coaching Style Goleman 2000. HBR
  9. 9. Golemans Six Leadership Styles
  10. 10. Charismatic Leaders Seem to Shine Clear, fresh, new vision Devoted to their vision Great sacrifices Create a sense of urgency Use persuasion rather than force to influence
  11. 11. Transformational Leaders Focus on People and Task Articulate a clear vision Clarify the importance of the visions outcome Provide a well-defined path to attain the vision Act with confidence, optimism and self- determination
  12. 12. Pragmatic LeadersFrom the Ideal to the Real Vision is clearly a variation of the status quo Listen carefully to people Make realistic decisions Manage by numbers Put right people in the job to get the job done Delegate responsibilities
  13. 13. The Ideal Leader Is one who can switch between these various styles depending on the organizational climate and the situation
  14. 14. Emotional Intelligence Is the ability to manage ourselves and our relationships effectively Self Awareness Self-Management Social Awareness Social Skill
  15. 15. Golemans Model of Emotional Intelligence
  16. 16. Kouzes and Posner Model
  17. 17. To be an Effective Leader You must Set the example Envision the Future Enlist Others Search for Innovative Opportunities Comfortable with Ambiguity Take Risks Persistent Excellent Communicator Recognize Contributions Politically Astute Level headed Self-aware Caring
  18. 18. How to Acquire the Skills Be aggressive about becoming a leader Enroll in a formal leadership program Learn from experience Dont be afraid to fail Get involved in a variety of assignments Find a true mentor Ask for feedback
  19. 19. Alignment of Practices, Principles and Values
  20. 20. Good to Great Lessons
  21. 21. Pope Franciss Approach to Leadership: 12 Important Lessons 1. Lead from a position of humility. 2. Spend time on the front lines. 3. Identify with your people. Productive dialogue requires mutual respect. 4. Embrace the potential of personal and organizational reinvention. 5. Choose trusted advisers who can help you make good decisions and arent afraid to tell you when they think youre wrong. 6. Dont allow insularity to infect your organization. 7. Be alert, practical and proactive, so your competitors dont overrun you. Look like a leader. Understand the politics of your organization so you can resolve conflicts. Delegate and trust your people. Dont micromanage. Your role as a leader is to serve others. You cant hide from adversity. Deal with it promptly and decisively. Reach out to your customers and to noncustomers, as well.
  22. 22. 7 Things You Should Expect From Your Leaders in 2014 1. An Identity You can Count on 2. Sense of urgency 3. Increased Collaboration 4. Thought Leadership 5. Touch the Business 6. Passionate Explorers of New Possibilities 7. Executive Presence Glen Llopis, Forbes Dec 2013
  23. 23. How Leaders Deal with Stress They practice gratitude for what they have They stay positive They focus on progress, not perfection They practice self-care They keep the big picture in view
  24. 24. Care for Yourself Talk regularly with a confidant Get a mentor Take advantage of professional development seminars Find a sanctuary Dont take things personally Practice relaxation acknowledge the stress Dont forget to exercise Keep telling yourself that what you are doing is valuable

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